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The USS Sentinel (NCC-63088) was an Akira-class Federation starship in service in the late 24th Century.

The Sentinel visited Starbase Deep Space 9 in 2375, during which Nog discovered the ship had a surplus graviton stabilizer on its manifest which Chief O'Brien needing for the USS Defiant. Acting on O'Brien's behalf, Nog initiated a complex series of trades that saw the extra stabilizer eventually being swapped for a phaser emitter from the USS Musashi. (DS9: "Treachery, Faith and the Great River")

The ship was commanded by Captain Alyson Foxton. (Star Trek: The Adventures of Argus: "U.F.O.")


While the Sentinel was first mentioned in "Treachery, Faith and the Great River" its class and registry weren't. The class of the ship comes from the e-book series Star Trek: Corps of Engineers, where the ship has a different Captain from the one featured in Argus continuity.

Akira class heavy cruisers
Canon: Spector - Thunderchild
Other notable ships: Adventure - Agamemnon - Akira - Alamo - Alexios Komnenos - Artemis - Arthur C. Clarke - Atlantis - Avenger - Bondar - Cedar - Charybdis - Dawnstar - Effingham - Endeavor - Fleetwood - Fleming - Fury (I) - Fury (II) - Garneau - Geronimo - Hainan - Hastings - Hawk - Independence - Inspiration - Ixion - Kitty Hawk - Landal - Madrid - Martel - Masamune - Mateo - Mathias - McCaffrey - Midway - Monitor - Osiris - Panther City - Patrick - Persephone - Prospero - Rabin - Resnik - Sentinel - Southern Cross - Striker - Susquehanna - Swiftfire-A - Takeda Shingen - Ticonderoga (I) - Ticonderoga (II) - Valkyrie - Winchester - Yerevan
UFOP: StarBase 118: Challenger - Discovery - Discovery-A - Ronin - Walton

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